- fever therapy,
- fever tree,
- fever twig,
Origin of feverish
Examples from the Web for feverish
The days it takes place are marked on the wall calendar in the kitchen and counted down to with feverish excitement.
Endowing the feverish, PR-patrolled world of presidential politics with thoughtfulness and poise—now that would be radical.Inside The Secret World of London’s National Gallery|Tim Teeman|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fifty years ago this week, a divided and feverish Republican Party nominated Barry Goldwater to lead them to victory.
Incapable of movement, incapable of speech, I listened to her feverish words in an agony of shame and sorrow.Read ‘The King in Yellow,’ the ‘True Detective’ Reference That’s the Key to the Show|Robert W. Chambers|February 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In between karaoke bits and feverish dance breaks, Diesel delivers a few heartfelt monologues to the camera.
For a fortnight the young soldier remained the same,—feverish, conscious only at intervals.
She lifted her shamed face and bravely laid her feverish, quivering lips on his.Freckles|Gene Stratton-Porter
This compress on the stomach is an excellent remedy with small children and infants in a restless, feverish condition.
This uncertainty made a most feverish moment on board the Proserpine, as she came up fast toward the headland.The Wing-and-Wing|J. Fenimore Cooper
Here he sat for a long time, the sash thrown up and his head outside, for he was excited and feverish.The Lost Stradivarius|John Meade Falkner